Concrete Wardrobe began its existence in August 2000 as a month-long pop-up event, this was prior to the phrase "Pop Up" being coined. The month-long event was a huge success and in the December of 2000 Concrete Wardrobe became a more permanent fixture in the landscape of Edinburgh retail. Set up by award-winning textiles designers, Fiona McIntosh, who herself specialises in print and James Donald, whose own speciality is weave.
Presently situated on the edge of Edinburgh's historic New Town area, Concrete Wardrobe specialises in Scottish design-led craft, selling quality handmade products by Scottish based and/or trained designer makers, with some lines being exclusive to Concrete Wardrobe.
Concrete Wardrobe features a well-curated collection of handmade products, which cover a wide range of disciplines including weave, print, knit, jewellery, ceramics etc for both you and your home. Concrete Wardrobe also has an ever-changing Maker of the Month feature which highlights individual makers who are worth flagging up as artisans to watch regardless of what stage they are at in their creative career.
Both James and Fiona are still makers and regularly take part in national and international trade and direct selling events.
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